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Where the development of astronomy in Chile is headed

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - It is undeniable that Chile has privileged skies to watch space. The high number of astronomical phenomena, such as the latest eclipses that have amazed tourists and experts, are proof of this. Dr. Cristian Quinzacara, theoretical physicist and academic of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology of the University of San Sebastian, together with the National Prize of Exact Sciences, José Maza, and other experts, analyze the outlook for this developing industry in the country.

The eclipse started around three in the morning and lasted only two minutes at its peak, but the partial lunar eclipse . . .

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